One of the highlights of my Nashville/Memphis trip last week, was getting to spend a day out shooting with Sean Davis. Sean and I have been contacts online for a long time, but it was really great getting to know him better in person and spending more time one on one. Sean’s done an amazing job documenting Memphis. He does a lot of freelance photography work there and is a Canon 5D M2 shooter like I am.
Sean was able to show me some amazing out of the way places in Memphis that I never would have found on my own, hotel top views, back alleys with graffiti, the best spot to shoot the bridge from and *especially* the best damn fried chicken I have ever had in my life from Gus’s. Seriously, if you are ever in Memphis, you have to have fried chicken at Gus’s.
I ran into Sean while shooting down by the Arcade Restaurant and am really glad that I did because we had a great day hanging out together and shooting. Check out Sean’s work and if you’re ever in Memphis look him up, a great photographer and a really nice guy.
2 Replies to “Shooting Memphis With Sean Davis”
Gus’s is the best.
That Sean Davis is a great man, funny as hell too and a hell of a photographer.
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